NJDEA has run more than 75 enforcement operations during pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic may have led to stay at home orders and other restrictions but that doesn't mean the drug business has come to a halt by any stretch of the imagination.
Here are the weekly Jersey Shore Covid-19 case totals
Here are the positive cases reported this week along with Covid-19 News headlines across the Jersey Shore.
NJ schools still confused about planning in-person graduations
Gov. Murphy says the time is not right to set a capacity limitation for outside graduations but schools will get more guidance in a reasonable amount of time.
What do workers want from employers in returning to the office?
Changes in work-life balance and the ability to do a job entirely from home may be irreversible trends even when workers are permitted to go back to their places of employment.
NJ camps and daycare centers want COVID-19 recovery answers
"What we're desperate for at this point is an open date," said Rose Cushing, president/CEO of YMCA of Metuchen, Edison, Woodbridge and South Amboy.
Monmouth County prepares for primaries, business openings
Instead of waiting for Governor Murphy to make decisions to reopen the state economy and in lieu of what those plans may entail, Monmouth County Freeholder Director Tom Arnone is preparing a pitch for the Governor to let each county decide when to reopen and how to do so safely.
NJSIAA establishes COVID-19 Sports Advisory Task Force
The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association has established a second task force to plan and coordinate a safe return to high school sports.
CVS opens 45 more drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites in NJ
Gov. Phil Murphy said the more people who get tested the stronger the data that leads to more portions of the economy being restarted.
NJ guidelines for July graduations leave districts with questions
Throwing caps in the air will be out at New Jersey's commencements and it's not clear how many people would be able to attend.
Stafford PC says homeowner can play patriotic music, just lower
Stafford Police Chief Tom Dellane says that at no time did his department or officers tell anyone that patriotic music honoring front line workers could not be played.
Domestic abuse calls down in pandemic, but case intensity spiking
The New Jersey State Police recently reported that domestic violence calls were down 16% since shutdowns began.